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10 Halal & Muslim-Friendly Dim Sum Places In The Klang Valley

10 Halal & Muslim-Friendly Dim Sum Places In The Klang Valley

Some of these Dim Sum places in the Klang Valley are 100% halal while some do serve alcoholic beverages on the side.

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1. Mohd Chan

Mohd Chan is a Chinese Muslim restaurant established in 2007 that serves authentic halal Cantonese cooking that also includes Dim Sum. They have a lot of outlets but the only one that specialises in Dim Sum is in Sunway Geo. They are of course, 100% halal.

(Credit: Mohd Chan)

Over there the variety of dim sum is endless from steamed Siew Mai to Hotatei Chee Cheong Fun. The menu for the other outlets is only limited to Siew Mai and Dumplings so if you want the true Dim Sum experience, head on over to Sunway Geo.

Location: A-01-01, Sunway Geo Avenue, Jalan Lagoon Selatan, Bandar Sunway, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor

Operation Hours: 10am – 9pm (Mon-Friday), 8am – 9pm (Sat-Sun)

Average Price: Can start as low as RM6.50 for a dim sum dish


2. DIN by Din Tai Fung

Originating from Taiwan, this famous franchise that sells Taiwanese steamed dumplings and noodles made its way worldwide and even got one Michelin Star for its branch in Hong Kong. They are famous for their Xiao Long Baos, which are steamed dumplings filled with fillings and rich broth inside the skin.

(Credit: DIN by Din Tai Fung / Instagram)

With 12 branches in Malaysia, 3 of the branches (NU Sentral, Suria KLCC, JB MidValley Southkey) are Mulism friendly and do not serve pork or alcohol.

Location: Check out their website to know the specific no-pork locations.

Operation Hours: Check out their website to know the specific outlets’ operation hours.

Average Price: The price starts as low as RM16 for a basket of their 6pcs dumpling.

Website / Facebook

3. LèTen Dim Sum & Asian Cuisine

LèTen is a halal-certified Chinese restaurant in Mitsui Outlet Park Sepang and also in Citta Mall, Petaling Jaya that serves standard Chinese cuisine like stir fry dishes and dim sum dishes like Har Kao and Pan-fried Carrot Cake. For more visuals, check their Dim Sum menu from food vlogger Ceddy’s review.

(Credit: ParaThai & LèTen / Facebook)


Mitsui Outlet: F-60A, Mitsui Outlet Park, KLIA, Kuala Lumpur International Airport, 64000 Sepang, Selangor

 Citta Mall Outlet: Lot G-17, Citta Mall, 1, Jalan PJU 1a/48, Ara Damansara, 47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

Operation Hours: 11am – 10am

Average Price: The price starts at RM8.50 for a 3pcs dim sum dish


4. Dolly Dim Sum

If you haven’t heard of Dolly Dim Sum, clearly, you don’t know Dim Sum yet. They’re one of the famous Muslim-friendly Dim Sum places in the Klang Valley and currently, they have around 10 outlets. Apart from steamed and fried dim sum with Cheong fun, they also serve rice and noodles to satisfy your hunger for delicious carbs!

(Credit: Dolly Dim Sum / Facebook)

Location: Check out their websites for the outlets nearest to you.

Operation Hours: 11am – 10pm

Average Price: A small dish would approximately start from RM9 while a heavier meal would start from RM22.

Website / Facebook

5. Minmax Restaurant

Founded way back in 2002, this restaurant is prized for its handmade Dim Sum. While being pork-free, they serve a variety of authentic Hong Kong dishes with a fusion of some Malaysian recipes. They also do bookings for various occasions like weddings and birthday parties. Their food uses ingredients sourced from halal-certified suppliers.

(Credit: MinMax)

Location: Lot 2.1 Level 2, PNB Darby Park, Jalan Binjal, 50450 Kuala Lumpur.

Operation Hours: 11 am – 9pm (Mon-Sat), 9am-9pm (Sun & Public Holiday)

Average Price: Their Dim Sum menu is priced between RM3.90 to RM12.90 per dish.


6. Lai Poh Heen

This exquisite restaurant is inspired by the great ancestral homes of 19th Century Chinese tycoons. With that being said and also located in Mandarin Oriental Hotel, you should expect the prices to be a tad bit expensive but of course, with premium quality. They are pork-free but do serve alcoholic beverages here.

(Credit: Fishmeatdie / Facebook)

From Codfish Dumplings (RM38) to Prawn and Water Chestnut Dumplings (RM36), their dumplings are all handmade by qualified chefs in an open kitchen.

Location: Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur

Operation Hours: 10.30am – 2.30pm (lunch) 6pm – 10pm (dinner)

Average Price: Their dumplings starts as low as RM18.


7. Dodo Dim Sum & Bowls

Dodo Dim Sum & Bowls is a new restaurant that started its operation in 2019. Their menu caters to both handcrafted Dim Sum cuisines and classic Thai street food cuisines. You can enjoy up to 27 different choices for dim sums from their Garlic Fish Balls to their Szechuan Chicken dim sums. They even have nutritional values of these dishes on their website!

Pheonix Eye steamed dim sum (left) and Chicken and Cheese steamed dim sum.
(Credit: Dodo Dim Sum & Bowls)

They have two outlets and both of their restaurants are Muslim-friendly as they are pork and alcohol-free while being Halal compliant.


Subang Parade Outlet: Subang Parade, LG10 G2, Jalan Kemajuan Subang, Ss16, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor

Tropicana Gardens Mall Outlet: Tropicana Gardens Mall, Lot CC-39, Concourse Floor, No:2A, Persiaran Surian,47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

Operation Hours: 10 am – 10 pm

Average Price: Price starts as low as RM9 for one serving of Dim Sum basket.

Website / Facebook

8. Jibby Chow

Jibby Chow is a Chinese cuisine restaurant named after the owner, Najib Hamid aka Jibby and the restaurant’s Chef Chow. Serving various Chinese food like Cantonese Crab Meat and Cantonese Yin Yong, this restaurant also sells an array of Dim Sum menu.

(Credit: Bangsar Village, Jibby Group / Facebook)

A brand from the Serai Group, they are a 100% halal restaurant that sells authentic traditional and also contemporary Chinese dishes.

Lot GF-1, Ground Floor, Bangsar Village 2, Jalan Telawi 1, Bangsar Baru, 59100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Operation Hours: 10 am – 10 pm

Average Price: The lowest price starts from RM12 for an average dim sum dish.


9. Siang Seafood Restaurant

This seafood restaurant serves Chinese cuisine that focuses on seafood and it is located in SOGO KL. They have a wide array of choices for dim sums there, up to 30 kinds. They do not serve pork but do have alcoholic beverages there.

(Credit: Rebecca Saw, SOGO catalogue)

Location: 6th Floor, Kompleks Sogo, 190, Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, City Centre, 50100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Operation Hours: 11 am – 8 pm

Average Price: Their dim sum dishes starts as low as RM7.90


10. Canning Heritage

Hailing from Perak, this 100% halal certified Chinese restaurant is an enhanced version of Canning Dim Sum, famous among people in Ipoh. In Canning Heritage, apart from a variety of their specialised dim sums, they also serve other Chinese cuisines like Hong Kong-style roasted chicken, Char Siew Chicken and noodles.

(Credit: Canning Heritage / Instagram)

They currently have six outlets (The Curve, Citta Mall, Sunway Geo, Melawati Mall, Seksyen 20 Shah Alam, Gamuda Walk) in the Klang Valley.

Location: Check out their Facebook to know their specific locations.

Operation Hours: Check out their Facebook to know their specific operating hours according to the locations.

Average Price: Their ala carte dishes start at RM8.90 while their power platter with assorted dim sums starts at RM17.90.


So here is your list of Muslim-friendly Dim Sum places in the Klang Valley. Send this to your friends who love Dim Sums or take those Dim Sum virgin people here and witness their eyes full of amazement. You’ll definitely be proud of yourself because of that.

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